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Their [the stars] influence on our fate is considerably less than the influence of a banana peel, on which you can slip and break your leg. But there is no interest in banana peels, whereas serious periodicals include horoscopes [...] It lifts his spirits. The whole universe revolves around him, and even if things aren't going well, even if the stars are lined up in such a way that the suspenders manufacturer loses his shirt and the individual consequently loses his job, it's still more comforting than to know that the stars don't really give a damn. Knock astrology out of his head, and the belief too that the cactus on his windowsill cares about him, and what is left? Barefoot, naked despair.
- Stanislaw Lem, Peace on Earth (1987)
|00:00||Alan Morse Davies||Phonautograph 1859|
|02:32||Alan Morse Davies||Phonautograph 1860|
|03:40||Alan Morse Davies||Y Bardd Glas Geraint|
|38:06||sokpb avabodha||the long trip|
|54:46||Emerald Rustling||Air Drone|
|70:56||Emerald Rustling||Light Flow|
|108:46||Emerald Rustling||Cloud Kub|
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